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Android on Windows 11
Android on Windows 11

No Third Party Apps AnyMore

Requirement :

1- Windows 11 x64 
2- Ram more than 6 GB
3- Download Package : Here

Steps :

1- Enable Windows Developer Mode

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2- Add / Enable The Following Features

- Hyper-V
- Virtual Machine Platform
- Windows Hypervisor Platform
- Windows Subsystem For Linux

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3- Restart Your PC

4- Extract The Package and Copy The Folder To Drive C .... Example C:\PLAY_STORE_W11_TRD

5- Right Click File SETUPx64 & Run as Administrator

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6- Wait Till Finish 

7- From Search Button In Taskbar  Search for Windows Subsystem For Android & Run It

8- Enable Developer Mode & Wait 2 Minutes

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9- From Search Button In Taskbar  Search for Play Store 

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10- Run It & Login With Your Google Account 

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All Done ...... Enjoy
From Android authority: 
Using Google Play Store on Windows 11
The rest of the usage will be similar to using Play Store on a phone or an emulator. Just search for the app, and download it. Note that this is still a very early-stage method, so you’re likely to run into issues. For example, on our test machine, the text in some of the apps appears wobbly.
However, there’s great potential here. It will take a few months for a stable version to hit Windows 11 systems, but when it happens, it will outperform most emulators, if not the native version, then the developer-modded versions that we’ll see for sure. Stay tuned for more.


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